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3300 W Camelback Rd 
Phoenix AZ 85017 

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Ph.D. in General Psychology - Performance Psychology (Qualitative Research) (Online)

Performance psychology focuses on human psychology during professional performance, often psychomotor performance. Grand Canyon University’s qualitative Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in General Psychology with an Emphasis in Performance Psychology is designed for learners who want to apply research about emotion, cognition and motivation to the study of peak performance. Graduates of the performance psychology PhD program look to use psychology to improve and enhance all kinds of performance.

The College of Doctoral Studies designed this performance psychology graduate degree program around the following aspects of the field:

- Theoretical foundations of emotion, cognition and behavior in performance settings
- Constructs and theories of psychomotor skill and motor control to improve learning and performance
- Principles of behavior modification to enhance individual performance
- Psychological theories to promote effective leadership
- Applications of psychological theories and principles underlying performance

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